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No Passport Required

No Passport Required by Ian McDougall
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Ian McDougall

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2007
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No Passport Required (Heading Out / Heading Back / O.S. Blues); Lightly Turning; Ian Leaps Out; Breen; Do You Mean It?; Sea Jay; Greetings--from McSlide to McValve.


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Ian McDougall: leader, composer, trombone; Henry Christian: trumpet, flugelhorn; Derry Byrne: trumpet, flugelhorn; Tom Shorthouse: trumpet, flugelhorn; Don Clark: trumpet, flugelhorn; Brad Turner: trumpet, flugelhorn; Campbell Ryga: reeds; Jack Stafford: reeds; Ross Taggart: reeds; Phil Dwyer: reeds; Chris Startup: reeds; Jeremy Berkman: trombone; Dennis Eason: trombone; Sharman King: trombone; Rod Murray: trombone; Ron Johnston: piano; Oliver Gannon: guitar; Neil Swainson: bass; Craig Scott: drums, percussion.


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